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Dec
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awarded  Notable Question
Sep
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comment Recovering disk with corrupted superblock
I tried that before it didn't work.
Sep
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asked Recovering disk with corrupted superblock
Sep
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accepted bcache is not caching all drives
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awarded  Curious
Sep
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answered bcache is not caching all drives
Sep
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asked bcache is not caching all drives
Sep
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comment Installing desktop in Ubuntu 14.04 server
both have been installed seperate, problems happen in both of them even after reinstalling them with --install-recommends
Sep
8
comment Installing desktop in Ubuntu 14.04 server
unfortunately that didn't make any difference to my problem, but it did install office programs and other things that comes with ubuntu desktop, still no terminal or any way for me to search for installed programs.... weird.
Sep
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asked Installing desktop in Ubuntu 14.04 server
Sep
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asked Using bcache for two used HDD
Aug
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accepted Bash script to convert multiple avi in to mp4
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awarded  Editor
Aug
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revised Bash script to convert multiple avi in to mp4
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asked Bash script to convert multiple avi in to mp4
Jul
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comment How to auto restart a command after it closes down?
Wow, this is insane, thanks so much for effort I feel like I learned quite a bit about bash. Maybe I should finally spend some time learning it.
Jul
19
comment How to auto restart a command after it closes down?
the only two things that varries are the "livestream2" from rtmpdump and link part of the avconv command where "rtmp://localhost:1935/live/" goes up to 'live3'. would it be possible to automate it?
Jul
19
comment How to auto restart a command after it closes down?
Thanks Kenn, this is similar to what muru posted, both useful.
Jul
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comment How to auto restart a command after it closes down?
Awesome this works great. ctrl+c actually restarts the rtmpdump command and its a good way to test, but ctrl+z totally stops the script. When I run rtmpdump command, it takes over my terminal screen with output. would it be able to run the script in the background?
Jul
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accepted How to auto restart a command after it closes down?